American Civil Church Law

Studies in history, economics, and public law

Book 181
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The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
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Published on
Dec 31, 2008
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473
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ISBN
9781584778820
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Language
English
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History / United States / General
Law / Legal History
Religion / Religion, Politics & State
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The hidden history of the FBI and its hundred-year war against terrorists, spies, and anyone it deemed subversive—including even American presidents.
 
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